We discuss Alvin Plantinga’s reformed epistemology, and ask whether belief in god is “properly basic.” We also discuss Cartesian skepticism, the notion of a divine sense or “sensus divinitatis,” and which beliefs should be considered properly basic. We also spend some time on the age-old question of “What is the difference between god and trees?” We discuss various types of trees, and which trees are the most reasonable to believe in, and why I don’t appear to have a sensus ghostatis.
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CA42 The Argument From Personal Experience could be a supplement to this episode.
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Daniel Hill on Reformed Epistemology [Panpsycast]
Atheism: A Philosophical Justification – Michael Martin (pgs. 266-278) [Amazon]